With the Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing now underway, we want to know if you have an inspiring pledge to share for 2019!
Coventry agencies are encouraging rough sleepers in the city centre to access local services, where food and shelter is being provided as winter takes hold.
Coventry could score another sporting success later this month, when the venues for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup are announced.
Cllr Kamran Caan, Cabinet Member for Public Health & Sport, is to take part in the GoRun 5k Fun Run in March 2019.
On Wednesday 16 January, the Public Health Team held an Integrated Sexual Health summit (ISH).
We are very excited to announce that the booking for our second Schools ICT Conference on Wednesday 6 February 2019 is now open!
Coventry’s reign as a European City of Sport is officially underway.
The Council could be introducing two schemes that will place tighter controls on the standards of some private sector landlords and the behaviour of tenants in neighbourhoods throughout Coventry.
On 18 January, Professor Chris Whitty will visit Coventry City Council.
A free creative writing session for 7-15 year olds will take place on Saturday 26 January at Central Library.
The annual statutory Adult Social Care Survey will be being delivered to a sample of people to try and gather their opinions on adult social services in the city.
Cllr Ed Ruane, cabinet member for homes and communities, explains about the challenges facing towns and cities, and the increase in rough sleepers, particularly as temperatures dropped overnight.
A New Year message from Leader Cllr George Duggins.
Average Speed Enforcement cameras are now operating on two of Coventry’s busiest roads (from today Wednesday 2 January).
Coventry City Council is to take advantage of changes in national legislation in an attempt to tackle the number of empty homes across the city.
2019 is set to be a very exciting year! It's the Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing and Coventry is the European City of Sport.
The owner of a Coventry restaurant has been fined for failing to comply with a Planning Enforcement Notice to remove a marquee which has been in use for the last two years.
2019 is set to be a very exciting year in Coventry. The Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing and Coventry being the European City of Sport provide us with a fantastic opportunity to engage the people of Coventry in ways to improve their health and wellbeing.
Local businesses have been thanked for bringing Christmas cheer to families across Coventry.
We would like to remind you that there are places available for the following health and safety training courses that are due to take place in the near future:
Local NHS and Council leaders are urging people to think about how cold weather and winter viruses may affect you, your family and neighbours.
Coventry based wheelchair athlete, Kare Adenegan has officially opened a newly revamped residential living space at Hereward College in Coventry – Cofa’s Tree Lodge.
A small army of bloggers lies at the heart of a bid to boost wellbeing in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Residents in Coventry have moved into their new homes in time for Christmas following the completion of a new £1.8million development.
A mass-participation charity cycle ride from Coventry is set to be one of the city’s first events as European City of Sport for 2019, and could raise thousands for charity.
A road on the University of Warwick campus has been re-named to celebrate and honour a man who has done much for Coventry – helping to promote the skills of the city around the world.
The Carers Trust Heart of England are holding two seasonal information days for carers this December, with plenty of information and advice for the winter.
The City of Culture Trust is today launching its first major campaign since Coventry won the title UK City of Culture 2021.
Coventry City Council's Children’s Services redesigned its services a year ago and we’re keen to hear from service users to build on the significant improvements that have been made.